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“The Digital Dance”

The Los Angeles Times/May 11, 2020 by Makeda Easter


For 35 years, choreographer Heidi Duckler has navigated the unique challenges of creating work in such nontraditional L.A. spaces as churches, underpasses and laundromats. After the COVID-19 pandemic hit, Duckler was in Zoom meetings discussing ways to keep staff, company artists and the community engaged...READ MORE


KEY TAKEAWAY: New virtual shows and classes, even by small dance groups, offer ways to create, engage, earn…and reach a wider audience.


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